Report: Influential Republicans appear to advocate for Trump’s removal
It should be in the second week of February Impeachment proceedings against former US President Donald Trump Starting in the Senate. It would take 17 Republicans to join all 50 Democrats to blame Trump for “inciting a riot” in connection with the US Capitol storm. Until now it was considered highly unlikely, but now it clearly has to be Loving influential RepublicansTo convince other party members To remove Trump from office.
According to a report by “CNN”, plays a central role here Senate Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell plays. He is said to have indicated that he blamed Trump. “Mitch told me he wanted to get rid of Trump”A Republican member of Congress reportedly told CNN. It was in the party’s interest to get rid of him. “The question is whether we can do this,” CNN said.
Charlie Dent, a former Republican congressman and CNN employee, said, “There were 10 Republicans in the House of Representatives who voted for impeachment. There were probably more than 150 people.”
Mitch McConnell During Trump’s term, the president had close allies. However, as he stormed the Capitol, he was severely criticized by the crowd for “inciting” Trump. If the Senate found Trump guilty of inciting a riot by a two-thirds majority, the Congress Chamber could expel him from future political offices. This means that the 74-year-old could not run for President again in 2024.